Recognition/ Club Registration:
In order for clubs to remain in good standing at Oregon Tech, they must re-register annually and meet the ongoing requirements of recognized clubs. For the full list of requirements, see the RSO Handbook
Benefits of Club Recognition
The use of the Oregon Tech name and logo for marketing and promotion of the club and its functions (Associate Clubs must identify themselves as an “Oregon Tech Associate Club”). The ability to hold meetings and social functions on campus in accordance with Oregon Tech scheduling policies.Reasonable access to the facilities of the college, buildings, grounds, and equipment.The ability to sponsor revenue-producing functions in accordance with established Oregon Tech policies.For Campus Clubs, the ability to apply for an annual budget (up to $1,500 per year) from incidental fees. Associate Clubs are not eligible for any Incidental Fee funding.Eligibility for awards and honors given to student organizations.
How to Register your club
The president of each club must register the club at the beginning of each academic year.
To do so, please complete the online registration form
. You will be able to select the type of organization you are, what campus your organization serves, and submit your officer list.
1. Complete an online Student Organization Registration Form
2. Submit a proposed constitution to firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Attend a 1-hour training for student organizations. Contact Campus Life
for the training schedule.
4. Submit the Student Organization Agreement Form (signatures required from club president and advisor) indicating that your organization agrees to the rules and regulations by which all recognized student organizations must abide (see RSO Handbook).
5. Attend 2 ASOIT general meetings and 1 executive meeting where the recognition hearing will occur.
Be prepared to answer the following questions:
What is the purpose of the club?
What does the club plan to do to better Oregon Tech and the community?
Who can be a member of the club?
How much funding will the club need and why?
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